Sudan After Nimeiri
Edited by Peter Woodward
Published September 5th 1991 by Routledge – 240 pages
At the end of 1984, Sudan shot into the headlines as a result of famines, floods, locusts, political instability and civil war. In describing the collapse of Sudan's state and economy, Sudan After Nimeiri emphasises the extent of the country's current predicament and explains the difficulty of potential solutions.
Amongst the issues discussed are environmental and ecological problems, economic collapse, famine, debt, refugees, the role of Islam in Sudanese politics, Nimeiri's downfall and the administrative problems facing the transitional and present governments.
`Sudan After Nimeri is a valuable book for those who are professionally engaged in the development of this country.' - Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie